THREE DECADESProducer of great wines since 1576
The foundations for today’s winery was laid on the ethics of grandparents Anton and Maria Vidovich, where they maintained a small vineyard solely to meet their own needs. Now, the fourth generation of vintners lends a helping hand whenever the third generation, needs a little extra support!
I believe that the responsibility of the winemaker is to take that fruit and get it into the bottle as the most natural and purest expression of that vineyard. Robert M. Parker Jr.
Kollos winery places great importance on being an “estate” winery. This means we work exclusively with fruit from our own vineyards and tend to ourselves, in addition to managing all aspects of producing and selling our wines.
Our ultimate goal is to nurture the land, vines and fruit, to maintain the purest characteristic of each, as possible. To achieve this, the most crucial work done in the vineyard is with a holistic approach.
Careful cultivation helps encourage the vines to produce small yields of intensely concentrated fruit.
Around 1550, the land was bought by the Vidovich family, when it was under Austrian/Styrian state. Today’s winery was laid on the farm of grandparents Anton and Maria Vidovich, where they maintained a small vineyard solely to meet their own needs. Today, the fourth generation of vintners lends a helping hand whenever the third generation needs a little extra support by reviving the family tradition, and restoring the vineyard and Kollos brand name.